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From: roy DOT liu AT gfmb DOT com DOT au (Roy Liu)
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Subject: Re: I'm having a bit of trouble with DJGPP
Date: 11 Apr 2002 06:13:53 -0700
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I have exactly the same problem as Kodachi. I do not have an older
version of gpp. I was testing the compiler with the simple hello world
program immediately after installation of the binaries. I have tried
(as suggested):

   gcc hello.cpp -o hello.exe -lstdcxx

but got the message "c:\binutils\bin/ld.exe: cannot find -lstdcxx".

   running gxx hello.cpp -o hello.exe I got a whole page of errors as
what Kodachi had.

Can any help please?


eplmst AT lu DOT erisoft DOT se (Martin Stromberg) wrote in message news:<a7s1jh$812$1 AT antares DOT lu DOT erisoft DOT se>...
> Kodachi (kodachi AT bsn1 DOT net) wrote:
> : I'm having a bit of trouble with DJGPP and the GCC 3.04.
> : my short temporary program of>
>  
> : #include <iostream>
> : #include <string>
>  
> : int main()
> : {
>  
> :   std::string temp("Good Bye World");
> :   std::cout<<"Hello World /n";
> :   std::cout<<temp;
> :   std::cin>>temp;
> :   std::cout<<temp;
> :   return (0);
> : }
>  
> : gives me a long error message like>
> 
> ...
> 
> : undefined reference to `std::locale::locale(std::locale const&)'
> : c:/djgpp/tmp\ccC5TsaX.o(.gnu.linkonce.t._ZNSt8ios_base5pwordEi+0x3a):temp.cc
> : : un
> : defined reference to `std::ios_base::_M_grow_words(int)'
> : c:/djgpp/tmp\ccC5TsaX.o(.eh_frame+0x12):temp.cc: undefined reference to
> : `__gxx_p
> : ersonality_v0'
> : collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>  
> : What the <bad word omitted> does that mean.
> 
> 1. Don't use foul language.
> 
> 2. Because of 1, that post won't be mailed to the mailing list, which
> means your question will reach less people, which means you're only
> hurting your chances of a reply.
> 
> 3. You probably didn't read the instruction when reinstalling
> gpp*b.zip.
> 
> 4. If you did, you'd find out that you should uninstall the old gpp
> before installing a newer.
> 
> 5. How to uninstall is in the FAQ.
> 
> 
> Right,
> 
> 						MartinS

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